by Shane Trejo, Big League Politics:
Over 1,600 scientists and other experts in their fields have signed a letter stating that there is “no climate emergency” and the hysteria over global warming has been ginned up by extremists.
“We are not ‘activists’ as we have no political agenda other than better informing the IPCC, politicians, regulators and the public, so that hopefully better future climate/energy policies will result,” Jim O’Brien, who chairs the Irish Climate Science Forum, told The College Fix in an email.
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The document was released by Climate Intelligence, or CLINTEL, a group that aims “to generate knowledge and understanding of the causes and effects of climate change as well as the effects of climate policy.” They released their declaration “to counter the almost universal media climate catastrophe narrative with objective facts verified by over 1,600 independent scientists, engineers and professionals from over 30 countries.”
The full declaration can be seen here.
Big League Politics has reported on rising global unrest due to insane draconian policies to deindustrialize the West that are being pushed under the guise of combatting climate change:
“It appears that workers around the world are learning from the Canadian Freedom Convoy! Dutch farmers in the Netherlands have been engaged in protests nationwide against their country’s new ‘climate’ policies, with demonstrators saying they will prevent them from earning an honest living, The Federalist reports.
Dozens of farmers in trucks and tractors reportedly parked outside major supermarket distribution centers in cities throughout the country on Monday in hopes of causing massive inconvenience for the government. This blockade comes after a convoy protest of approximately 40,000 farmers took “the central Netherlands’ agricultural heartland” by storm last week, blocking up local roads and forcing vehicles into gridlock traffic.
Reuters reported that the demonstrations came in response to “targets introduced last month” by the Dutch government “to reduce harmful nitrogen compounds by 2030,” which authorities argue “are necessary in emissions of nitrogen oxides from farm animal manure and from the use of ammonia in fertilizer.”
Initiatives by the Dutch government would without a doubt destroy the careers of many in the nation’s private agricultural industry, with expected regulations “expected to include reducing livestock and buying up some farms whose animals produce large amounts of ammonia.”
“The honest message … is that not all farmers can continue their business,” admitted the government in a statement last month.”